Seattle news talk stations KIRO, KVI, KTTH, KOMO, will go live and local election night, Tuesday, Nov. 7. KPTK will have syndicated live national coverage. Here's a handy guide so you can plan your night:
KVI: will start at 8p with Kirby Wilbur, John Carlson, Ken Schram and Bryan Suits and go to 11p with KOMO news reporters at all the major campaign headquarters from both radio and TV joining in as the results break.
KIRO: Tony Miner and CBS news will begin updates at 5p when the polls close on the east coast. At 7p, Dave Ross, Dori Monson, and Ron Reagan will host KIRO election night with local updates from KIRO News ; and the nationally from CBS.
KOMO: Lisa Brooks and Eric Slocum will host non-stop election coverage featuring reports by both radio and TV reporters. The Commentators (Carlson & Schram) will join them for perspective and analysis at 25 and 55 past each hour.
KPTK: Air America's coverage begins with Rachel Maddow's show at 3p and goes to about 10p. Maddow and David Bender will cover the national scene; with KPTK News Director Tami Kosch reporting the local election results every thirty minutes 6-10p.
KTTH: David Boze, Dan Sytman and Michael Medved will host and and provide comentary
starting at about 7-30p, after the east coast Sonics game.
KUOW: will begin at 5p with NPR's national coverage until 10p. Marcie Sillman will host a local election night special until 11p; then the station will go back to NPR until 1a.